After launching the LG W10 and LG W30 entry-level smartphones back in June last year, LG is now prepping yet another smartphone in the “W” series.
This device, known as LG W20, has already been spotted on Google Play console – hinting on its imminent release. Based on its moniker, it is pretty obvious that the device will be another entry-level smartphone which lies between the current W10 and W30 in terms of specs.
In terms of design, the upcoming LG W20 is expected to arrive with a water drop-notch display with considerable bezels. Although its screen size was unspecified, but the listing do revealed that the W20 will sport a HD+ display.
Under the hood, the LG W20 will be driven by an octa-core Unisoc’s Spreadtrum SC9863A chip coupled with PowerVR GE8322 GPU. In fact, this is the same chip which is also found in the Alcatel 1s and ZTE Blade A5 2019.
Similarly, the device was also listed with 3GB of RAM and will run on Android Pie OS. According to reports, it is expected to priced at around Rs. 8,999 (US$127).